Question about Toyota 4Runner
First, check all the hoses that go into the
air filter intake. One or more of them might have been dislodged during
the brake work. Ensure your brake fluid is full. Might also make you the SIDE plug on the master cylinder is tight and
pushed all the way on. If it loses continuity, it will cause the lights
to come on until restarted again.
If you find the O2 fault code and this sensor was replaced... the delaer "DELETE" your store codes in the memory? My fast solution for this is disconnect the battery ground terminal to clear the codes there. Alot of comment from 4runner trucks have the same lights and O2 code, juts replace the O2 sensor and warningn lights turn off.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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